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Thursday, October 18, 2012

French Marketplace at Sweet Salvage


 
The Sweet Salvage sale is going on again for the next 4 days. This month's show is one of my favorites to date!! The theme is French Marketplace.

 They had some gorgeous white bedding from my favorite line, Bella Notte.


 I adored this dresser. Unfortunately, I don't think hubby would understand getting rid of our perfectly good dresser to replace it with another. And check out those industrial cubbies above it!!

 There are shelves, and bookcases packed with lovely little treasures...

And fun pieces tucked away in every nook and cranny.

 Check out this French drying rack!! There were two of them there, and the other was huge!!!
I've seen these all over Pinterest! Betcha it finds a new home this weekend!

 Okay, seriously, my mouth dropped open when I saw this chair. I wanted it soooo badly! The apolstery was beautiful and the grain sack fabric was actually pretty soft. I cried when I had to walk away. :(

 One thing I can always count on is a wonderful selection of awesome chairs!!   If only I had more than one home.... Hmmm...I think I have a Pinterest board called that!

Another lovely chair, and some great burlap coffee sacks. I'll show what I did with mine in a few posts!!!



 They do the prettiest vignettes!!!

 And they always have lots of wonderful smalls, so you never have to leave empty handed!!!



 mmmmmmm.... Lace.

 I loved this area. The photos just don't do it justice. I want some cool industrial lights, unfortunately these were just too big.



Carolyn Westbrook was there for a book signing. How cool is that???

They always have stacks and stacks of yummy vintage suitcases.

and as always, some wonderful architectural pieces.  I look forward the sale every month and I am always inspired when I visit there. Next month is the Christmas show. Whoopee!!!

30 comments:

sissie said...

What a lovely place to shop. I would have to take out a loan to buy all those things I see that I like!

I wanna go there.

hugs
Sissie

Kathryn J Cain said...

drool worthy...their are so many creative people out their...it continues to amaze me....loved the wing back...thinking I have a chair I have to redo for my son, and considering paint cloth...this idea really has me sold on the look..the chair my Dad built

butterfly said...

So wish I lived near enough to visit - but maybe it's just as well that I don't! Thank you so much for sharing all these amazing photographs with us...
Alison x

Valery said...

Oh thank you for sharing this Karen. I was there last month and so wanted to come back this weekend but it's just too far away. I loved looking at your photos and I'm saving my pennies to make another trip there next year.

Rhonda said...

Too funny, I'm emailing you asking if you went today and viola...I check your blog out and I started laughing.

My overworked brain needs to sleep.

Gorgeous and I mean gorgeous images!
I have to stop in at Sweet Salvage tomorrow or Saturday! Hope they save some good finds for me.

Shirley said...

Hi Karen, I always see something that I like when you talk about this sale. Looking at vintage always brings back wonderful memories. I am catching up with friends tonight before I call it a day. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs Your Missouri Friend.

Sandra Kaye said...

As always everything looks wonderful!! I sorry I missed it. I just wasn't up to getting out of the house today!!Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving me some love!! Squish!!

BECKY said...

Holy cow, Karen! I wanna go there! Just so much to love!! I would have cried about that chair, too! So awesome! What fun for you to take it all in! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Have a lovely Friday and weekend!
Have I told you how much I appreciate you lately??? :o)

You're a joy!
Hugs,
Becky

Shabby chic Sandy said...

What a great place! I want everything. Thanks for sharing this:)

morkaren said...

Tusind tak, Karen (min navnesøster) for at du tager os med på loppemarked og en-da et af de bedre, jeg elsker at gå på loppemarked men mine ben kan desvære ikke rigtig klare det mere, så jeg nyder dine billeder, og spoler frem og tilbage for at få det hele med. god weekend og knus morkaren.

Mimi Foxmorton said...

What a lovely visit to France this morning!

Have a wonderful weekend filled with treasure!

Mimi
Collage Pirate

Sinem Aygan said...

My favorite is the grain sack fabric chair! I think it has a real style!

http://www.lookbookunlimited.com/

Karen said...

You're killin' me Girl...

I will get to one of these - I swear I will.

slowlaneblog.com said...

So lovely that you share the photos. I always enjoy seeing them...even if I am jealous!!

Ava Gavloski said...

oh my goodness....... you take lovely photo's of all the tastefully displayed vintage items, which are wonderful....thanks so much for sharing, the dopamine s really give me a rush visiting your site.
ava g

Missy George said...

What a fun place to visit..Thanks for sharing..

Stephanie said...

Oh my - I see SO MANY things that I just LOVE!!!!!

cindy craine said...

You NEED that chair!!! OMG that would be soooo perfect anywhere in your house! I swear it's pure torture
to see these posts because I've seen it up close! I was so bummed, the Petticoats sale was over 3 hours away this time! Oh well, hope you found some goodies! They should hire you!.xoxoxoxoxo-cin

Pendra said...

It all makes my heart sing...and my pocket book happy I don't live anywhere near! Lovely and very inspirational! Thanks for sharing!

traveller2006 said...

seriously drool-worthy stuff here. I wish we had somewhere like this near where I live. You don't know how lucky you are!

Nath said...

Beautiful shop ! We haven't this same in French country and I'm sorry ...
I love all the old things.

AshTreeCottage said...

Ooh la la! Fabulous!! I am going to be busy pinning away. Thanks for sharing with us. Have a great weekend.

Hugs from Idaho,
Susan and Bentley

ImagiMeri said...

I'll see you at the Christmas show....maybe! We can only go on Sunday, as that's the only day off one of my sister's has.

Your images are stunning as usual. I need you to help me with my blog next month, if you're up for it.

Hugs,
Meri

Jody and Stan said...

Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful photos. So inspiring! New Follower.

Jody

pbrenner said...

Wow, what an awesome place - my credit cards would have been screaming if I had been there :-) I did chuckle at the 'industrial cubbies' above the dresser - that's a nesting box for chickens (the wood in front is the perch), but they do make good cubbies when mounted on the wall :-)

Thanks for the gorgeous photos!

Patty

Something Special said...

The most perfectly appointed shop on the planet. I wish I owned it! I too would have cried having to leave some of the furniture pieces behind!

Heidi said...

Oh my gosh, this place is heaven! I would love to find a place like this locally. Beautiful place.

Lorraine said...

The chairs - to die for! We just don't see these kind of treasures much. Be still my heart...

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The Rusty Pearl .. Loves your blog and the posts and pictures. I just started mine so seeing yours is a true inspiration... Thanks for allowing me to follow this wonderful blog ....Sherry

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